Advertisements Here's a potentially obscure question. Sorry if it repeats another post, but I was unable to find relevant information through search. I'm curious to hear what people know about this: I live in a market (Medford/Klamath Falls, OR) with numerous low power OTA translators because of terrain. In the past, of course, all have been analog. With the upcoming transition to digital, several have been converted to DTV translators. I receive all but one of the main full power digital channels OTA, and my S3 gets program guide info for these. No problem so far. The remaining channel's main transmitter is blocked by terrain. But a DTV translator is now available. My S3 detected it during channel scan, and I receive it just fine. Yay! BUT: The program guide info for channel 10.1 seems to be tied to their main OTA RF channel (currently 35), while the translator is on channel 47. Therefore, no program guide info. [Similar issue to not getting guide data for clear-QAM cable channels. But that's not what I'm bringing up here.] So, several questions for the gurus: - Is availability of program guide info a general problem for (analog or digital) OTA translators operating on a different RF channel than the associated main full power transmitter? - Is there any way to teach the TiVo to overcome this? Thanks much!